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Imagine you have a wardrobe full of durable clothes that perfectly reflect your lifestyle and fit your body shape, body size, taste and colour world. This wardrobe contains all kinds of clothes: dresses, tops, trousers, coats, blazers, shoes, accessories and bags.
Because these clothes perfectly complement your measurements, you can combine them in countless ways and create numerous outfits effortlessly every morning. This is what we call a capsule wardrobe.
A capsule wardrobe is the collection of basic, yet versatile, pieces of clothing and accessories made of exceptional materials that can easily be combined in a variety of ways with one another, allowing you to create an infinite set of outfits for any occasion. These basic items of clothing and accessories can become the solid foundation for any wardrobe and suit any lifestyle, and thanks to their timeless, simple design, they won’t go out of fashion.
Every woman needs reliable pieces that perfectly sit her body shape and accentuate the most flattering parts of her body.
The number of items in a capsule wardrobe is the subject of much debate, but EW believes this is entirely up to the individual to decide.
If you’re not in the habit of getting dolled up all the time, you need not fill your closet with LBDs. A few simple dresses, black skirts, shirts, coats and trousers will do the trick and can be combined with a few seasonal or trendy pieces.
The capsule wardrobe is based on the concept of having basic garments that can be combined to create any number of outfits and that are suitable for every occasion, without the need to purchase excessive amounts of clothing.
Why do you need a capsule wardrobe?
Many women love to dress up and hate having to wear the same clothes over and over again, yet there’s always the problem of ‘What should I wear today? There’s nothing in my closet!’ Sound familiar?
This is something you’ll never experience once you have a capsule wardrobe. There’s no occasion, no time of day, no activity where you won’t be able to put together at least 3 or 4 outfits with minimal effort. And you won’t waste time in the mornings trying to decide what to wear.
Take some time to assess what your wardrobe looks like today and ask yourself these questions:
If these problems sound familiar to you, then perhaps it’s time for a change!
What’s a functional capsule wardrobe? Why is this a good concept?
With a capsule wardrobe, every component (or piece of clothing) can be combined with another, on any occasion, on any morning. In just moments, you can create any number of outfits, feel stylish and satisfied, and voilà, you’re ready to conquer the world!
Over the years, we’ve come to understand that every woman needs pieces of clothing that she can count on every day, pieces that perfectly suit her style and define her.
While the basic principles of a capsule wardrobe are very much integrated and uniform, the individual is what makes it unique and personalised. Because of this, it’s never dull or monotonous, but personal and customised.
Going away for a few days or a longer holiday is never a problem; it’s quick and practical to pack the clothes you need, and you’ll always feel stylish.
Importantly, it’s a concept with a purpose, a conscious consumer behaviour, since it eliminates the accumulation of unnecessary clothes, puts limits on impulse purchases, and favours good quality clothes over fast fashion pieces. In essence, it’s about having long-lasting, good quality clothing.
It’s not rocket science, just an everyday, well-organised capsule wardrobe that’s personalised to fit your body shape, colour type and lifestyle.
It’s all about creating more outfits using fewer pieces of clothing, leaving more space in your closet.
There’s no right number of pieces: it depends on each individual’s lifestyle and personal style, so each capsule wardrobe reflects the specific individual’s needs.
The capsule wardrobe of a doctor whose hobby is dogs will differ from that of a career professional with 3 kids, even if they have the same body shape, colour style and measurements. There may be similarities, but for a capsule wardrobe to work, lifestyle and personal style are the most important components.
What are the general ‘rules” of a capsule wardrobe?
Creating a capsule wardrobe—a long-term investment
The capsule wardrobe is a creative process that requires an understanding of your lifestyle and finding excitement in creating different outfits from your wardrobe without the need to constantly purchase fast fashion items. Fast fashion clothes rarely last longer than one season. Even with the right care, their lifecycle is limited because they’re not designed to be worn for a number of years.
Price can be an important factor, and fast fashion clothes are often cheaper. But by looking only at the price of a piece of clothing, you lose sight of the fact that a good quality, durable slow fashion piece can last longer and save you money in the long run. Capsule wardrobes are the twenty-first century’s sustainable solution to fashion. By purchasing less, you stop supporting the fast fashion industry and wear your clothes for longer. Capsule wardrobes are a good long-term investment.
It’s no secret that good quality clothing tends to be more expensive. As consumers, we’re used to cheap clothes, and purchasing quality clothes for your basic capsule wardrobe can seem like a significant investment.
Remember, you don’t have to buy all your basic pieces at once, and you probably won’t be able to find everything straight away. When making a decision to buy a certain item of clothing, think about how many times you’ll be likely to wear it and how long it can last. Look at the material it’s made of and its tailoring, then ask yourself, is this a good investment? Can I wear it for the next few years? If this were a fast fashion piece, would I have to buy several of these within the same period of time?
How can you add a new piece of clothing to your capsule wardrobe?
If you’ve already created your capsule wardrobe, the next question is obvious: what do I do next? How can I add new pieces to my well-functioning wardrobe?
Having a capsule wardrobe does not mean you can’t add new clothes or accessories to it, but it’s helpful to keep the following in mind when making new purchases: